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Hi I'm Brian Miller

I grew up in Utah. I'm serving a Mission in London. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm going to be a junior at UVU when I come home from my time in the England London Mission. I love music and play several instruments and I enjoy working on cars. I am studying to become a Lawyer, but I will probably change my mind. I've changed career goals several times already. I love to rock climb, swim, run or do anything outdoors that involves vehicles. I also love to read and write, and love learning all that I can.

Why I am a Mormon

Growing up in Utah meant that I was always surrounded by members of the Church. I've never had to 'go against the grain' in order to choose the right. But there has still been temptation and adversity for me as I've grown up. As I've prepared to serve a full-time mission, I've had many witnesses from the Spirit that the work I am involved in is true. I know that I am doing what the Lord wants me to be doing. I pray to the Lord every day to help me as I struggle to continue choosing the right, and that His Spirit will be with me as I teach the people of England the truth. I hope that through me, they can feel the Spirit and know the truth of the Gospel as I do.

How I live my faith

I grew up in a strong ward in Utah, so I have always lived among many other Mormons-- my high school was almost completely composed of students who were LDS. I remember having sixteen young men to assign tasks to when I was in charge of the group. I currently help my father hometeach a dozen sisters who live in a retirement home in my ward boundaries. We make sure they recieve a sacrament service every Sunday, and visit them on holidays and birthdays. I also help out with the music during my Priesthood meetings by arranging for young men to play the piano or to lead the music as we sing hymns as Priesthood brethren- or by filling in when they forget.